Home Who we are News 26 October 2020 Featured News Nova’s Bids to Help Sick Kids is back and LIVE NOW! Ash, Kip, and Luttsy with Susie O’Neill kicked off this year’s Nova’s Bids to Help Sick Kids on the Nova breakfast show this morning. The radio legends are raising funds for the Children’s Hospital Foundation as part of the Nine Telethon to work wonders for Queensland’s sickest kids. Nova’s Bids to Help Sick Kids is an online auction run over three weeks (26 October – 13 November). Every week amazing new products, services and experienced will be on offer for you to bid on. Every dollar raised goes directly towards funding life-saving medical research, investing in vital new equipment, and providing support and entertainment for children and their families. Last year Nova’s Bids to Help Sick Kids raised over $83,000 and this year the team would love to beat that total. The total amount raised will be presented to the Children’s Hospital Foundation by Ash, Kip, Luttsy and Susie, on the night of the 2020 Nine Telethon, Saturday, 14 November. Auction items include: a Hyundai Kona Active Ash’s romantic escape at Heartwood Cabin Luttsy’s XXXX Brewery Tour and lunch for ten Kip’s escape to Stradbroke Island Beach Hotel Coffee and swim with Susie O’Neill plus, much more. Bidding is now OPEN, and remember some items have a shorter bidding period, so place your bid early to make sure you don’t miss out. Check out all the items NOW – www.novabids.com.au chevron_leftPrevious article Share Next articlechevron_right Home page Thank you, Queensland – 2020 Nine Telethon raises $11,105,140 November 16, 2020 Read more Thank you to BIG W Queensland and Northern NSW team and customers for $5 million milestone October 30, 2020 Read more Grants put women at the forefront of paediatric research October 21, 2020 Read more Subscribe for the latest news There is always something interesting happening in our world. Little wonders that happen every day. Miracles of science. Personal achievements of brave and beautiful young kids we will share with you in our enewsletter.